My professional activity embraces a wide range of diagnostic entities and problems in the field of Psychiatry, particularly including anxiety and other emotional disorders, affective/mood disorders, emotional and behavioural disorders of childhood and adolescence, and other problems in families and relationships.
I graduated as Medical Doctor in 1989 at Semmelweis Medical University, and completed Psychiatry degree in 1993, Psychotherapy degree in 1995, Child Psychiatry degree in 1997.
I participated in various psychotherapy training, including psychodynamic therapy, group therapy, family therapy, cognitive-behaviour therapy, relaxation therapies, and hypnotherapy.
I started working in the National Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology in 1989; I work for the Institute of Behavioural Science of the Semmelweis University since 1997 and for the Department of Clinical Psychology and Addictology of the Eötvös Loránd University since 2014. I teach students for 25 years. I received my PhD degree at the University of Edinburgh in 2015 and I worked as a Child Psychiatrist in the UK for several years. I also graduated in Cultural Anthropology and my special interest is the interdisciplinary area of mental health, culture, and linguistics.